Tuesdays at Noon Concert Series
Next Concert: April 19, 2016
Organist Brian Hoffman
These concerts are a part of St. Paul's outreach program to Troy and the Capital District. This series of 45-minute concerts is FREE TO THE PUBLIC. BRING YOUR LUNCH. The church is handicapped accessible and handicap accessible restrooms are available in the Guild House. Donations welcomed.
Organist Brian Hoffman presents Organ Works from St. Clotilde, Paris, in the final concert of this year’s Tuesdays at Noon series on April 19, 12 Noon.
The 45-minute program includes organ music by Parisian organists César Franck, Gabriel Pierné, Charles Tournemire and Jean Langlais.
Mr. Hoffman, Organist and Choirmaster at St. Paul's, has performed hundreds of concerts in the United States, including solo performances at St. Patrick's Cathedral NYC and West Point Cadet Chapel.
As a composer, he has written numerous works for choir, organ and various ensembles. As a recording artist, he has recorded many of his original compositions and the organ works of Cesar Franck, and is currently in the process of recording the complete 25 Preludes and Fugues for organ by J. S. Bach on 25 different organs around the U.S. For more information: www.brianhoffmanorganist.com
Admission is free. Donations in support of the series are welcome.